Hi Bertrand Thanks for the information. The actual problem I’m looking at was mostly background though. I’m learning how to write plugins by looking atnicg.corbas
About the DTD flattening part: I have a program that does that, though by default it outputs an XML representation of the DTD. It is a pretty straight forwarddita.kendall
Status update: I was able to spend some time on the RNG generation project this morning. The OT plugin version now runs *if* you replace the out-of-the-boxdrmacro
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